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Of course, Chen Hongliang’s face appeared on the screen. Luo Lingxing had foresight and pulled the terminal a distance away from him as he immediately heard Chen Hongliang’s roar.
“What have you been doing these past few days? I couldn’t get through to your terminal, and you weren’t replying to my text messages. If you didn’t contact me, I would’ve called the police!” Chen Hongliang looked at that innocent face and had an immense urge to travel through the screen and beat him up.
“I sent you a text message before,” Luo Lingxing innocently said.
Before he went into closed meditation, he gave Chen Hongliang a message saying that he wouldn’t appear these next few days.
It would have been better if he hadn’t mentioned this since Chen Hongliang became even angrier. “That sentence again. You didn’t say a word and disappeared on me. You must be mistaken!”
Chen Hongliang felt like he was going to burst with rage. These past few days, he couldn’t get in touch with Luo Lingxing no matter how he tried. He was so anxious that he was furious everyday. Even when he went to Xian Villa, he wasn’t able to get any news about him (LLX). Even so… he had received another such from this.
“I’ll settle this with you later. For now, I want to ask you something else.” Chen Hongliang saw that Luo Lingxing was controlling his language, so he didn’t know how to ask the question.
“You have to answer me truthfully. I went to look for you at Xian Villa before, and saw Major General Han there. Tell me the truth. Is the place you’re currently living at yours?” Chen Hongliang gritted his teeth and asked bluntly. God knows how big of a shock he received when he saw Han Junzhan come out of the villa.
“No, it’s Junzhan’s,” Luo Lingxing honestly replied.
As a result, not only did the answer not calm Chen Hongliang, it made him even angrier. Especially after seeing Luo Lingxing not realizing the impact of this, he (CHL) really wanted to crawl over and throttle him (LLX).
“Then why didn’t you tell me this before?” Chen Hongliang gritted his teeth as he said, an ominous glint shining in his eyes.
“You never asked me?” Luo Lingxing blinked and said innocently.
“How could you keep something like this from me? If those reporters knew, do you know how troublesome it’ll be?” Chen Hongliang now had a premonition of how troublesome the future will be.
Especially when that incident happened at the TV station, he thought he had seen wrong. But now, he knew that he hadn’t seen wrong. That person really was Han Junzhan, their empire’s youngest Major General.
Rumor has it that Major General Han was cold, taciturn, and had a low EQ. Except for his comrade-in-arms, there were rarely any people who could get close to him. And yet a person like that came to pick up someone after the program close to dawn. What a terrifying relationship.
Chen Hongliang did his best to control his emotions. He needed to get to the bottom of their relationship now, or else if the reporters found out about this, they would definitely have a ball day with this. Especially since Luo Lingxing’s career had only just started.
“Xiao Luo, I know this might invade your privacy a bit, but I hope you can tell me. What is your relationship with Major General Han?” Chen Hongliang realized that he was feeling even more nervous than Luo Lingxing right now.
“On paper, we should be considered fiances,” Luo Lingxing said. His brothers and uncle seemed to have said that.
“Fiance?” Chen Hongliang forgot himself and called out. Fortunately, he was the only one there or else he would have embarrassed himself.
However, compared to being embarrassed, hearing this news was clearly more shocking. He imagined numerous relationships between Luo Lingxing and Han Junzhan, he’d even guessed that a sugar daddy relationship. However, he never imagined it would be like this.
Chen Hongliang was silent. If they were really fiances, then he was in no position to ask Luo Lingxing to stay further away from Han Junzhan. However… if this relationship was exposed, then Luo Lingxing’s budding career would immediately be over. This really was…
Chen Hongliang felt like his brain cells were dying. His hair was going to fall off from worry. He realized that compared to this explosive news, Luo Lingxing disappearing for a few days was nothing.
He really shouldn’t have asked. He wondered if it was too late for him to regret
“What’s the problem?” Luo Lingxing didn’t have the slightest thought that this was anything. This was decided by his family, and it didn’t affect him much. In any case, he wasn’t thinking of finding a daoist partner now.
“You have to be more careful in the future. You absolutely cannot let the reporters find out that you and Major General Han are living together, and you definitely cannot tell others,” Chen Hongliang thought it over, and finally could only warn him like this.
“Why?” Luo Lingxing didn’t think that Han Junzhan should be hidden and he didn’t think this was a big issue.
Chen Hongliang suddenly felt that never having to worry about Luo Lingxing was just a misconception. He felt that his future wouldn’t be smooth sailing. However, who told him to choose Luo Lingxing. No matter what, he had to take Luo Lingxing’s interests as priority.
“Your career is just taking off. If the fans know you have a fiance, it will greatly affect your popularity,” Chen Hongliang warned.
A thousand words weren’t as effective as this one sentence. Luo Lingxing wouldn’t do anything that would hurt the number of fans he would have since his popularity was where his Power of Faith originated from. The miserable Han Junzhan would never know that because of this one sentence, he would go through a long period of “being hidden.”
“Alright, let’s end it here for today and put this matter on pause. Let’s return to the main topic. Can you tell me what you’ve been up to these past few days? You didn’t go on a trip with Major General Han, did you?” Chen Hongliang suddenly thought of this idea, his head immediately hurting.
He really wasn’t free of worry.
“No, I was resting at home for a few days,” Luo Lingxing replied.
Although he trusted Chen Hongliang, he wouldn’t mention his identity as a cultivator to anyone. That was why he naturally wouldn’t tell him about having a breakthrough in his cultivation.
After hearing this, Chen Hongliang knew Luo Lingxing wouldn’t tell the truth. However, he wasn’t frustrated since Luo Lingxing knew his own limits. There were some things that weren’t always needed to tell the agent.
Therefore, this topic passed.
“Seeing you like this, you probably haven’t been paying attention to the news of ‘The Enchantress’ these past few days. The show already aired, and didn’t do bad. Especially you. You’ve been discussed a lot online, and thus gained many fans. Sign up for Weibo. It’ll be easier to interact with your fans that way as well,” Chen Hongliang said.
Since Luo Lingxing didn’t have Weibo, if the fans wanted to obtain information about Luo Lingxing, they would either have to ask on ‘The Enchantress’ official Weibo or Yang Chuanzhi’s Weibo. And as Luo Lingxing’s fans increased, Yang Chuanzhi and the official Weibo had already been razed by the fans. And at his (YCZ) wit’s end, he contacted Chen Hongliang to immediately have Luo Lingxing create a Weibo account.
Luo Lingxing attached great importance to anything having to do with fans, therefore he agreed to Chen Hongliang.
Chen Hongliang didn’t say much more, just notifying him of his work for the next day then hung up the video call. Since he had learned a lot of things today, he needed some time to digest it, so he didn’t take notice of Luo Lingxing creating a Weibo. He never thought that in a world where virtually everyone knew how to play with Weibo, Luo Lingxing, who came from a different world, wouldn’t have the faintest idea on how to create one.
Luo Lingxing firmly placed the matter of Weibo in his heart. However, to the him who still didn’t know how to play with the quantum computer, he was still baffled about how to create a Weibo. He could only go downstairs to ask for help.
Han Junzhan had been returning home early these days. Luo Lingxing who had originally been walking towards Aunt Lin for help, immediately turned his step towards Han Junzhan when he saw him.
“You’ve come down?” Han Junzhan saw Luo Lingxing walking over and subconsciously asked.
“Mn. I want to create a Weibo, but I don’t know how to. Do you?” Luo Lingxing naturally sat next to Han Junzhan and asked.
“Stretch out your hand,” Han Junzhan said.
Luo Lingxing stretched out the arm with his terminal, then saw Han Junzhan fiddle with it. Not long later, he had a Weibo account under his name.
Luo Lingxing curiously looked at his new Weibo. This was his first time coming in contact with something as novel as this. There wasn’t much on it, but it looked very interesting.
“Ding, you have a new fan,” a sweet female voice sounded, telling Luo Lingxing that he had a new Weibo follower.
Unfortunately, Luo Lingxing stared at it for a long time but still couldn’t figure it out. Moreover, he looked at Han Junzhan with an expression of wanting him to explain it to him again.
“You have a new fan. Aren’t you going to take a look?” Han Junzhan pretended not to notice and asked.
“Where can I see it?” Luo Lingxing very consciously stretched out his arm, signaling to the other person to teach him.
Han Junzhan looked at Luo Lingxing, a flash of doubt passing through his eyes before he turned to look at the terminal, pointing at something and saying to Luo Lingxing, “You can see your new fans from here.”
Han Junzhan pointed, and Luo Lingxing saw the only fan listed in his fan’s column. It was very conspicuous, and it made Luo Lingxing feel very good. A huge smile blossomed on his face because this meant that he had gained another fan.
Looking at Luo Lingxing’s wide smile, Han Junzhan felt his heart go soft.
“If you want to follow the other person, you just have to click here.” Han Junzhan pressed the “follow” button underneath the new fan’s page, and that person moved to Luo Lingxing’s following column, becoming the first person he (LLX) followed.
If the media found out about this, there would be another storm brewing online because Luo Lingxing’s newly opened Weibo account only had one account on his follow and following list. And that account clearly displayed the three words “Ye Luohan” and a huge verified icon.
“Ye Luohan, I remember this name,” Luo Lingxing looked at those three conspicuous words, his mood very high. This was the first person that followed him since he created a Weibo.
“In the future, if there’s anything you want to say to your fans or if you want to share what you normally do, you can send it through here.” Han Junzhan seemed to have realized that Luo Lingxing was unfamiliar with Weibo so he did his duty and explained the functions.
“This Weibo is very interesting. You can even do this.” Luo Lingxing fiddled with his own Weibo, then went to look at his first fan’s Weibo and discovered that that person didn’t send out any Weibos. However, he had a ton of comments and forwards, and he had a lot of followers.
“He has a lot of fans. I wonder when I’ll also have that many followers,” Luo Lingxing said with expectation. If his fans could reach that amount, his cultivation could recover even faster.